By R. WALKER-ROBSON
Organist and Master of the Choristers, Christ Church, Crouch End
Relayed from ST. MARY-LE-Bow
Allegro in B Flat - Handel (Last Movement Concerto in B Flat)
Reverie in D Flat - Joseph Bonnet
Allegro in E Flat (First Movement of Sonata I) - Bach
Legende - Vierne
A Song of Sunshine - Hollins
Scherzo in G Minor - Bossi
Dr. B. A. KEEN : 'Farming—I, The Crops
Needed on a Dairy Farm '
3.0 ' Peoples of the World and their Homes'—II, The Rt. Hon. Sir HERBERT SAMUEL , G.C.B., G.B.E., M.P.: 'Palestine'
3.25 Hints on Athletics and Games. Miss D. M. WILKIE —
' Netball '—I
IT is an old complaint, and has been the cause of dissatisfaction ever since the inauguration of the industriaf age, that machines, by displacing hands and by taking from the sense of creating, are a positive harm, even a retrogression. That is one view. Another is that machines abolish ' hard labour' (in America men don't dig, but machines do), and that under the reign of mechanistic devices men can change jobs more easily—since their jobs are mainly machine-minding. Moreover, mechanization is really habit; which, since it thereby frees man's mind and creative energies to play along . whatever directions he himself may choose, is not a bad thing. These are views which Dr. Delislo Burns will discuss at length tonight in his second talk in the series.
10.0 Local News (Daventry only) ; Shipping Forecast and Fat Stock Prices ; Stock Exchange Prices
0.5 Tho Hon. HAROLD Nicol -
SON: 'People and Things '
Rugby (Symphonic Movement) - Honegger
Lo Chant du Rossignol (Nightingalo's Song) (Symphonic Poem in three parts, after the story by Hans Andersen) - Stravinsky The Fete in the Emperor of China's Palace; The Two Nightingales; The Emperor of China's Sickness and Recovery
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